Dutch Christian Democrats split over stance on Wilders

29 08 2010

Via Monsters & Critics:

The Hague – Division within the Netherlands’s Christian Democratic Appell (CDA) party over dealing with the far-right PVV party of anti-Islamist politician Geert Wilders deepened Friday with a top leader insisting talks with the PVV should continue.

CDA parliamentary faction leader Maxime Verhagen ruled out suspending talks with the PVV – rejecting a call made the day before by former premier Ruud Lubbers – on getting the PVV’s backing for a minority government.

Verhagen said any suspension of the talks was out of the question. The work towards forming a Wilders-approved minority cabinet was in full swing, she said.

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30 08 2010
Fuck you

You guys are sick, how is it you can stand there and openly say “Only I should have the right to free speech” or “Only my religion is a good one.”

Fuck you bildaberg puppet.

30 08 2010
walker morrow

What the fuck is a bildaberg puppet?

I think everybody should have the right to free speech – including Geert Wilders. That’s the whole point of this blog.

30 08 2010
Ingrid

The Hague – Division within the Netherlands’s Christian Democratic Appell (CDA) party over dealing with the ‘far-right PVV party of anti-Islamist politician’ Geert Wilders deepened Friday…
Another LIE – give it up, we are all tired of it. Geert Wilders is NOT far right! But if that’s what you now call someone who wants native people of free lands to be safe and free, then, OK, if that your new designation/label for most Dutch citizens, so be it – but let’s first define our new terms for the sakes of fairness and honesty, which your ‘far-right populace’ still hold to be admirable and necessary. Unlike Islamisists.What will you call Islamics, now, far left? They hold totalitarian values like: ‘Kill those who disagree with your prophet, and God and Imams, all those people who would stand in your way of murdering innocent infidels just for being infidels, like Theo van Gogh.’

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